Basic premise of Catholic Fundamentalism:

The first book describing Catholic Fundamentalism was Crats!, back in the early 1990s. In it, the theory was postulated that:

God can program in three dimensions. He can program and compile particles, using three dimensional fractal geometry. With those 3-D fractals, He wrote and downloaded the Creation Program in the six days described in Genesis. During those six days, He compiled the particles into systems and beings, all with the underlying desire to give human beings free will.

In the years since, there has been no need to alter the basic premise, though other books, these columns, and the other topics on the header bar, have succeeded in embellishing the underlying premise.

It is interesting that this premise, the first new approach to the Roman Catholic Church since Pascal invented probability theory and applied it to choosing a religion over three hundred years ago, has been studiously ignored by every professional Catholic who has come in contact with it.

It should be noted that some of the underlying premises of Catholic Fundamentalism also support many basic tenets of Protestant Fundamentalists, Orthodox Jews, and Moslems. Not one professional in any of those faiths considers that a God Who can use 3-D fractals to program both the universe and we human beings (replicating free-will fractal compilations) in it with amazing speed makes many tenets of their faiths more plausible, if not inescapable.

“Not invented here.” is one explanation. A more likely one is that it’s simply too radical a departure from conventional reality.